Fabulous Spanish Ibex on strong oak shield with chunky metal fitting
54cm wide x 65cm deep x 95cm high
Teal by David Keningale, Warwickshire. Beautifully mounted with excellent groundwork and oil painted background in a good mahogany case with...
45cm wide x 17cm deep x 41cm high
A mightily impressive massive pair of Greater Kudu Horns. Probably Edwardian perhaps Victorian; on original oak shield.
77cm wide x 114cm high
A good Victorian oak case of Pallas's Sandgrouse and a Red-Legged Partridge. This is an unusaul case in that it is very deep; it would need to be...
92cm wide x 54cm deep x 46cm high
A very striking pair of moorhens by Joseph Cullingford and typical of his style.
61cm wide x 17cm deep x 38cm high
A very good Victorian study of a Great Spotted Cuckoo, a very rare visitor to these shores...
36cm wide x 12cm deep x 43cm high
Good, clean case of Victorian Shellducks in excellent condition and colour.
76cm wide x 24cm wide x 66cm high
A pair of Victorian Little Grebes by Henry Shaw in excellent condition.
40cm wide x 19cm deep x 40cm high
A beautifully mounted pair of Victorian nightingales.
28cm wide x 14cm x 34cm
A Victorian guinea pig in excellent condition! Guinea pigs were in fact first bought to Europe by traders in the mid to late 16thC when they...
38cm wide x 16cm deep x 27cm high
A really good pair of Buzzards, with prey, amongst heather, with oil painted canvas Highland loch background. c.1890
86cm wide x 30cm deep x 86cm high
A very good case of Victorian Indian birds including some British Birds ( A Jay and Green Woodpecker) The Indian Birds include a Grey Hornbill and...
88cm wide x 43cm deep x 102cm high
An unusual Magellan goose (Chloephaga picta) in an all perspex, museum style case on wooden base. The Magellan goose is a species of South...
56cm wide x 56cm deep x 59cm high
A shoulder mount of a Thomsons Gazelle - there is a Rowland Ward brass plaque to theback of the shield saying "Kenya, 1977" which would make it one of...
29cm wide x 36cm deep x 68cm high
A late 20thC mount of a Black Wildebeest or White Tailed Gnu.